RHCSA – Red Hat Certified System Administrator Training in kochi

Earn your Red Hat® Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) certification by passing a hands-on, lab-based exam that covers the core system administration skills Red Hat Enterprise Linux® environments require. A prerequisite for Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) certification, the RHCSA is an entry-level certification appropriate for system administrators as well as professionals in a variety of related roles, including database administrators, developers, and support technicians.

About the RHCSA Exam

To earn RHCSA certification, you must demonstrate the skills required to successfully administer Linux. The RHCSA certification exam consists of one half-day session. The exam is performance-based, meaning that you must perform tasks on a live system rather than answering multiple-choice questions. The RHCSA exam can be bundled with a class or purchased separately (EX200). Individual Exam Sessions are also available (EX200K), providing you the flexibility to take the exam on a preferred date or time.

Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) exam (EX200)

COURSE OVERVIEW

The Red Hat Certified System Administrator exam is a performance-based evaluation of Red Hat Enterprise Linux system administration skills and knowledge. You will perform a number of routine system administration tasks and be evaluated on whether you have met specific objective criteria. Performance-based testing means that you must perform tasks similar to what you would perform on the job.

Note: Global Knowledge and Red Hat do not guarantee that anyone who takes one or all of the courses in the Red Hat certification program will pass a Red Hat exam. On-the-job experience, in combination with high-quality training, is the best way to build skills and prepare for a Red Hat exam. The exam itself is a hands-on learning experience, and many of those who do not pass on the first try come away with knowledge of what they need to work on to pass the exam on a re-take.

Classroom Live Outline

  1. Boot, reboot, and shut down the system normally
  2. Diagnose and correct problems at boot
  3. Boot systems into different runlevels for troubleshooting and system maintenance
  4. Use single-user mode to gain access to a system for which the root password is not known
  5. Diagnose and correct misconfigured networking settings
  6. Diagnose and correct hostname resolution problems
  7. Diagnose and address permissions problems and SELinux policy violations
  8. Diagnose and correct non-hardware disk storage problems
  9. Adding new partitions, logical volumes, filesystems, and swap areas to a system non-destructively
  10. Manually open, mount, unmount, and close LUKS-encrypted filesystems
  11. Extend existing unencrypted ext4-formatted logical volumes
  12. Login or switch user to the root account
  13. Use ssh and VNC to access remote systems
  14. Locate and read on-line documentation using man, info, and files in /usr/share/doc
  15. Locate and analyze system log files
  16. Understand how to use grep and regular expressions to analyze text output
  17. Access a bash shell prompt and issue commands with correct syntax; use pipelines and I/O redirection
  18. Use text editors such as gedit and vim to create and edit text files
  19. Manage system resources: Identify CPU/memory intensive processes, adjust process priority with renice, kill processes
  20. Manage files and directories: Create/delete/copy/move; create hard and soft links
  21. Use tar, gzip, and bzip2 to archive and compress files
  22. Install Red Hat Enterprise Linux manually with the graphical installer from network installation media
  23. Install Red Hat Enterprise Linux automatically using Kickstart
  24. Configure a physical machine as a RHEL-based virtualization host
  25. Manage virtual machines: Install/start/stop/configure to start at boot/access a VM's graphical console
  26. Manage disk partitions: Understand MBR-style partitions (primary,extended,logical); list/create/delete partitions
  27. Manage logical volumes: Create/remove physical volumes, assign PVs to volume groups, create/delete logical volumes
  28. Create and configure LUKS-encrypted partitions and logical volumes to prompt for password and mount decrypted filesystem at boot
  29. Canage ext4 filesystems: Create, label, mount, mount automatically at boot (by UUID or label), unmount
  30. Mount and unmount CIFS and NFS network filesystems, manually or by configuring autofs
  31. Manage network devices: Understand basic IP networking/routing, configure IP addresses/default route statically or dynamically
  32. Manage name resolution: Set local hostname, configure /etc/hosts, configure to use existing DNS server
  33. Manage network services: Check status, start, stop, configure to start automatically at boot
  34. Configure the scheduling of tasks using cron and at
  35. Manage local user and group accounts: Create, delete, change passwords, adjust password aging, adjust group memberships
  36. Use network user and group accounts stored on an existing LDAP directory service
  37. Manage standard permissions: List, interpret, change ugo/rwx
  38. Use sgid directories for collaboration
  39. Set and manage Access Control Lists (ACLs)
  40. Manage SELinux security: Set enforcing/permissive modes, list file and process context, restore default file context, use "booleans" to adjust policy
  41. Manage default firewall settings with basic tools
  42. Install and update software packages from RHN or remote repository, or from the local filesystem
  43. Update the kernel package appropriately to ensure a bootable system
  44. Modify the system bootloader
  45. Configure the system to synchronize system time using remote NTP servers
  46. Deploy a VNC server that allows multiple desktops to be shared
  47. Deploy file sharing services with HTTP/FTP

RHCSA – Redhat Certified System Administrator

RHCE – Redhat Certified Engineer

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